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. so there are a number of options. >> now if lawmakers are willing to confiscate certain guns from law-abiding citizens, what else are they willing to do in here's nationally syndicated columnist and author michelle malkin is with us. thanks for being with us. >> thanks, sean. >> when you hear a governor talk about confiscation and you look at senator feinstein's proposal for assault weapons bans. this is an all-out attack against gun owners rights. i want to get your perspective. >> you bet. i think we owe governor cuomo some thanks, at least for being honest or having a momentary lapse of candor here and highlighting and exposing of the true agenda of the gun grabbers. this is not about honoring the newtown victims or doing anything practice to try to prevent the next mass shooting and massacre and horrific event like we had there. this is another cynical exercise in futility and political exploitation of a bloody tragedy. it gives lie to the long time denial of so many of these anti-second amendment groups who are always trying to reassure law-abiding gun owners that, no, no, we're
. they haven't passed a bill in 1300 days in the united states senate. constitutionally, something by law they are required to do. they haven't done it. the president, 18 hours on the golf course, 20 hours in the air, plenty of time working out. now he races back to washington, you know, like the lone ranger on his horse silver in to save the day. this isn't serious. this is not a president that's serious about spending, is it? >> this is not about leadership. 1,337 days, harry reid hasn't pass add a budget. they have been in control the whole time. this fiscal cliff was predictable. we knew this was going to happen two years ago. and don't forget, these are the bush-obama tax cuts. all the president needs to do is actually propose some spending cuts. i think with geithner's admission that the debt ceiling will be burst through on december 31st clearly shows it's a problem. it's time to cut spending, not for now but future generations that have to pay this off. >> it seems to me, congressman gohmert, the bush tax cuts have been law since 2001-2003. it seems if the president doesn't want t
of payment that a doctor would get for a medicare patient which there was a built in law in the the '90s to cut the spending in medicare. it was a complete disaster. every year it gets waved. and the idea of getting permanence with the estate tax is a good idea. otherwise how do you plan and how do you invest and when do you hire. you know, when do you die. all of these things are really important to do. i think you could have gotten a consensus any day of the week. the rea real egregious stuff iu are a republican, the price you have to it pay if the other guys win the election and then of course o the fact that you got ciro in spending and not only that but you got a president who said you are not going to get any now and in the future i will extract higher taxes yet on the rich if you want any spending cuts. i think the fight on spending s beginning and obama is going to be very entrenched on this. >> bret: there you see the wide shot from the house. not that many lawmakers are there. the vote, the tally is on again the vote on the rule. not the vote on the actual bill but seth the tab
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